Cannabis as a whole remains a largely divisive and controversial topic, but all sides agree on one thing - more scientific research is needed. The best way to influence social, political, and economic policy regarding this topic is through data-driven scientific research conducted by the best and brightest among us. In order to provide an arena for the exchange of ideas and discoveries in the realm of cannabis chemistry and science, the Cannabis Chemistry Subdivision has formed within the American Chemical Society under the Division of Chemical Health and Safety.
Receive exclusive access to content, events, and access to leading professionals of the cannabis industry.
Member benefits are numerous and growing, from a free hard copy subscription to the Journal of Chemical Health and Safety to receiving discounted membership and services with other organizations with which we associate closely. Having relationships with organizations like Americans for Safe Access, The International Association of Cannabinoids as Medicine, American Oil Chemistry Society, Association of Official Agricultural Chemists and several others, our members can receive exclusive access to content, events, and access to leading professionals of the cannabis industry.
The goal of CANN is to provide opportunities for discussion, education, and collaboration within the field of cannabis chemistry. By joining the subdivision, you can take advantage of rare opportunities to interact with like-minded individuals who seek to further their understanding of cannabis science. Advance your career by attending exclusive networking events alongside world-class researchers, industry professionals, and more. CANN welcomes any and all who are enthusiastic about Cannabis.
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